Confronting globalisation: Learning from intercontinental collaboration

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Journal Article
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Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 2005, 42 (1), pp. 61 - 71
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2005-02-01
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Higher education institutions are responding to globalisation in various ways. This study describes and analyses challenges encountered in a recent case of global collaboration between four universities on different continents in developing a web-based master's program. The key issue was how to develop programs in a way that is fair for the different countries involved. The focus of the paper is on tensions between local and national contexts, rules and resources and the creation of a common global program. 'Agency', 'structure' and 'frame factor' are used as analytical concepts to help understand the dynamics of the collaboration and the character of the program.
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